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by Flaherty (Robert) (?)
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Explains through animation the process of photosynthesis, and discusses its importance to our daily lives.
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Topic: Biology
Community Video
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Macrophotography of flowers in Quicktime video
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Prelinger Archives
movies
eye 6,609
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Follows a boy and a girl through a garden-raising project from the selection of seeds to the harvesting of the crops. Includes radishes, carrots, tomatoes and potatoes. Emphasizes aspects of soils, growth, role of the sun, insect pests and the various parts of plants used for food--leaves, stems, buds and roots.
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Topic: need keyword
Ourmedia
by Raven
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eye 589
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Seed Saving Video of Dan
Topics: seeds, gardening
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by Unknown
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eye 50,445
favorite 74
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Perhaps one of the most disturbing films in the Prelinger collection. Do you really want to see your meat being prepared?
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Topics: Food industry: Meat production, Minnesota (History and culture), Animals: Pigs
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by Cartoon Films, Limited
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eye 168,619
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Snap, Crackle and Pop take on Soggy, Mushy and Toughy.
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Topics: Advertising: Screen ads, Animation: Advertising, Agriculture: Food industry: Cereals
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by Caravel Films, Inc.
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eye 7,736
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Panoramic exploration of cans and canning in the United States, with excellent imagery of mass production and agribusiness.
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Topics: Agriculture: Food industry, Agriculture: Farms and farming, Agriculture: Food industry: Canning
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by U.S. Department of Agriculture
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eye 12,886
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Presents today's supermarkets as the showplaces of agriculture; discusses methods of improvement in the growing, handling, processing, and shipping of food products.
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Topics: Agriculture: Food industry, Consumerism
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by Fairbanks (Jerry) Productions
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eye 12,041
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Shows transportation system necessary to move agricultural crops from farm to factory, where they are made into Heinz food products, especially ketchup.
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Topics: Agriculture: Food industry, Food: Condiments, Transportation: General
Silent Films
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eye 219,397
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Dziga Vertov's Man With A Movie Camera is considered one of the most innovative and influential films of the silent era. Startlingly modern, this film utilizes a groundbreaking style of rapid editing and incorporates innumerable other cinematic effects to create a work of amazing power and energy. Film pioneer Dziga Vertov uses all the cinematic techniques available at the time - dissolves, split screen, slow motion and freeze frames. This movie is silent! But here are some music that i think...
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Topics: Silent, Documentary
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by American Documentary Films, Inc.
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eye 86,565
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The Regional Planning Association of America's plea for community chaotic cities and urban sprawl. Directors: Ralph Steiner and Willard Van Dyke. Script: Henwar Rodakiewicz, from an outline by Pare Lorentz. Commentary written by Lewis Mumford. Narrator: Morris Carnovsky. Photography: Ralph Steiner, Willard Van Dyke, Jules V.D. Bucher, Edward Anhalt, Roger Barlow and Rudolph Bretz. Editor: Theodore Lawrence. Music: Aaron Copland.
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Topics: Sustainability: 1930s, City planning, Regionalism
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by American Documentary Films, Inc.
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eye 43,313
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The Regional Planning Association of America's plea for community chaotic cities and urban sprawl. Directors: Ralph Steiner and Willard Van Dyke. Script: Henwar Rodakiewicz, from an outline by Pare Lorentz. Commentary written by Lewis Mumford. Narrator: Morris Carnovsky. Photography: Ralph Steiner, Willard Van Dyke, Jules V.D. Bucher, Edward Anhalt, Roger Barlow and Rudolph Bretz. Editor: Theodore Lawrence. Music: Aaron Copland.
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Topics: Sustainability: 1930s, City planning, Regionalism